Audrey Goldstein

Professor, Art & Design

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Teaching Philosophy

Teaching is a conversation between the student and professor. Ideally we learn from each other. I teach students to value the cultural and societal environments they occupy, and to respond creatively to their individual situations. We learn to work with obstacles and questions with an innovative viewpoint while developing technique.


  • MFA, Sculpture, Massachusetts College of Art & Design
  • BFA, Tufts University and School of the Museum of Fine Arts

Recent Professional Highlights

  • 2014: Issues of Trust II, Solo ExhibitionGallery Kayafas, Boston, MA 
  • 2012: Issues of Trust, Solo Exhibition - Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH 
  • 2011: Cannot be Described in Words: Drawings Expanded, Concord Art Association, Concord, MA - Curated by Deborah Davidson
  • 2008: Nominee, Foster Prize, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
  • 2007: Traveling Scholars Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Professional Affiliations

  • Represented, Gallery Kayafas
  • Represented, Boston Drawing Project
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Courses Taught

  • ADF S172 CI: Integrated Studio II
  • ADFA 400 Fine Arts Internship
  • ADFA 510 IS Fine Arts Seminar 1
  • ADFA S204 Sculptural Thinking
  • ADFA S241 Painting Studio
  • ADFA S271 Fine Arts Seminar I
  • ADFA S311 Contemporary Trends & Practice
  • ADFA S362 Figure Studio: 3D
  • ADFA S371 Fine Arts Seminar II
  • ADFA S372 Fine Arts Seminar II
  • ADFA S380 Advanced Seminar Projects
  • ART S211 Introduction to Painting